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Best Craft Tacos Foodster Winner

Written By Scott Joseph On June 8, 2017

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Hunger Street Tacos Voted Best Craft Tacos in Foodster Awards
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Hunger Street Tacos has been named the winner of the Best Craft Tacos category of Scott Joseph’s Foodster Awards for Independent Restaurants. Black Rooster Taqueria took second place and relative newcomer Tin & Taco came in third.
 
Hunger Street FoodsterIn placing her vote, Terri King Huertas wrote: “Hunger Street was catering an event we attended a couple of years ago and we fell in love. Had never tasted something so authentic and flavorful. Had to follow them all over town just to get more of their delicious tacos!”
 
“We love the Tacos at Black Rooster!” wrote Lucas Vandenburg. “We get them here at the office at least once a week!”
 
In case you missed them, here are the reviews for Hunger Street Tacos, Black Rooster Taqueria and Tin & Taco.
 
Congratulations to the winners.
 
Reminder: Voting for Best Brunch ends Wednesday, June 14, at midnight.
 
 

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